A Snow Leopard System Service that will load Clippable in the current Safari page and clip the results to an Evernote notebook titled “Unfiled”. A little scripting knowledge will let you modify most aspects of the command from within Automator.
Snow Leopard system service that will take the selected expression and evaluate it, replacing it with the results. It handles a range of syntax, formats output, and deals with % markups and markdowns in fairly natural language.
A Snow Leopard System Service that grabs selected text, processes it with MultiMarkdown and clips the resulting HTML to Evernote, creating a nicely formatted note. Uses the first (and hopefully only) Markdown first-level heading (# My headline) as the title for the note, and will look for a line starting with “tags: ” followed by a comma-separated list of tags as well. Requires that MultiMarkdown be installed in ~/Library/Application Support/MultiMarkdown.
A Snow Leopard Service to generate a shortened url to the first result of a Songza.org search for the selected text. The text will remain, but it will have the result in parenthesis after it. Uses a built-in html parser to scrape the results, at least until Songza provides an API.
Custom style (hack) for Safari 5's Reader feature. Antique styling/colors with a few nifty features. Now with a fully-functional Evernote clipper. If you don’t want a background image, see the other available download.
A web appâ€”designed to run on a local server and be accessed over the local networkâ€”which provides control over volume, iTunes features and application launching. This is a skeleton for further experimentation.
A TextMate bundle for blogging on sites with no XMLRPC support. Lots of useful tools for Markdown blogging, even if you post through something like MarsEdit or right on the website. See http://bundle.weblogzinc.com/ for documentation (or something close).
A TextMate bundle which contains one command: Natural Date Entry. When triggered, it requests a natural-language date string (e.g. “tomorrow 3pm”), converts it to a configurable date format, and outputs it with a customizable template.
A Snow Leopard System Service that runs on folders in Finder. By default, it watches for changes to web dev files and refreshes Safari, but it can be customized extensively. See the “more info” link for customization instructions.
I just got bored with the existing MacVim icons so I thought I’d try to throw something togetherâ€¦ Zip file contains ICNS files ready to drop into the Resources folder, as well as PNG versions at 512px.
Select Markdown/MultiMarkdown text and run this service to copy the rendered HTML directly to the clipboard. Includes MultiMarkdown 2 and Smartypants internally, so no additional installation is required.
A Ruby script, an OS X System Service and a LaunchBar action for finding any numbers in a block of text and returning the average. Also see the Tools group of the TextExpander Tools for a snippet version.
A collection of scripts, commands and bundles for Marked. Includes commands for TextMate, Sublime Text 2, (Mac)Vim and several System Services to work with any editor. Also includes scripts for compatibility with Scrivener, Evernote, MarsEdit and more.
A set of scripts for building and querying a plain-text knowledgebase on OS X. Includes CLI, LaunchBar actions and Alfred extensions. Works great with Notational Velocity/nvALT, but does just fine without.